The Telegraph
Tuesday , April 29 , 2014

How to fight a campaign

The general elections have thrust themselves into our calendars. They led to the emigration of the one show that really excites Indians, namely the Indian Premier League. Instead of entertaining their fans, our cricket heroes had to play before empty stadia in distant places like Dubai and Durban. A...   | Read..
Letters to the Editor
A season to hate
Sir — There is nothing wrong with Priyanka Gandhi Vadra defending her family and her husband, Rober ...  | Read.. 
Parting shot
Sir — The high voter turnout registered in cities like Delhi and Mumbai is heartening. Otherwise, t ...  | Read.. 
Public glare
Sir — It is disheartening to note that some of the government officials, who are supposed to play a ...  | Read.. 
Bad memory
Sir — If the report, “Old identities trample ‘Naya Bihar’” (April 20), is to be believed, then I ha ...  | Read.. 
Road show
Sir — From the report, “Nightmare on Ashiana-Digha road to prolong” (April 19), it is obvious that ...  | Read.. 


The bureaucracy consists of a group of people who are trained and dedicated to serving the country without fear or prejudice ...   | Read..


Even the mystery of disappearance perhaps would have been more comforting than the certainty of death, which faces many of th...   | Read..
When Two Is Company
They say Muslims and Dalits have suddenly turned away from the Bharatiya Janata Party and Narendra Modi, en masse. The...  | Read.. 
Committed to freedom and fairness
It is election time in India and, unsurprisingly, a few unpleasant and totally avoidable confrontations in parts of the country between political figures and the Election Comm...  | Read.. 
Now, what I want is Facts. Teach these boys and girls nothing but Facts. Facts alone are wanted in life. Plant nothing else, and root out everything else. — CHARLES DICKENS